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Bailiwick

The administrative term for the jurisdictions of Guernsey and Jersey, which are areas outside the United Kingdom belonging to the British Crown and in most ways subject to the United Kingdom. The term derives from a medieval jurisdiction presided over by a type of medieval sheriff's deputy. A bailiwick is headed by a bailiff.
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93) They would have welcomed such a union, because their status had been gradually eroded under Philip of Ibelin's bailliage.
Von Schlumberger, Sigillographie De L' Orient Latin (Paris: Geuthner, 1943), and references to Queen Alice' Champagne campaign can be found in, Theodore Evergates, Feudal Society in the Bailliage of Troyes under the Counts of Champagne, 1152-1284 (Baltimore, 1975), Theodore Evergates, Littere Baronum : The Earliest Cartulary of the Counts of Champagne (Toronto, London, 2003).
ADCO B2 118/14, Dijon bailliage, civil qualities, Jun.
ADCO B2 118/42, Dijon bailliage, civil qualities, Feb.
39) Cahier gingral et reduit du bailliage d'Aval en Franche-Comte contenant ses voeux et doleances," in Beatrice Fry Hyslop, A Guide to the General Cahiers of 1789 with Texts of Unedited Cahiers (New York, 1936), p.